U.S. Report

NEW YORK (JTA) — A U.S. man who made headlines when he held up a sign at the 2001 Maccabiah Games in Israel looking for a wife got married.

Todd Schayes married Diane Lipner on June 29 in Denver. The two were fixed up after Lipner's aunt saw a story about Schayes' public personal in a Connecticut newspaper.

The couple, who communicated by e-mail before they met in person, are both teachers and basketball players.

Hiding Nazi caught in Michigan house

DETROIT (JTA) — A Nazi collaborator was arrested after he was found hiding in Michigan despite a U.S. judge's 16-year-old deportation order.

Johann Leprich was arrested July 1 hiding in a secret compartment below some stairs at his former home. In 1987 after a judge revoked Leprich's citizenship because of his service as a concentration camp guard at Mauthausen, his attorney told U.S. authorities that he had moved to Canada.

Last week's arrest was the result of an investigation of both local and national law enforcement authorities, including the Justice Department's Office of Special Investigations.